The Scouller Partnership



This page is for visitors wanting extra information on executive coaching or leadership.  It’s designed to help you in four ways:

  • First, by offering The Coaching Series — a library of short PDF articles written by James Scouller (scroll to the bottom for these).
  • Second, by giving you a link to the website dedicated to James Scouller’s book, The Three Levels of Leadership: How to Develop Your Leadership Presence, Knowhow and Skill.
  • Third, by providing links to James Scouller’s Leadership Blog so you can access his many other posts since March 2011.
  • Fourth, by bringing you James Scouller’s three latest blog articles.

Book: The Three Levels of Leadership

There are so many ideas on how to lead effectively that they’ve confused a generation of leaders and ignored a key issue – their psychology.  This book addresses the missing factor and shows readers how to develop their leadership presence, knowhow and skill.  In so doing, it explains the previously hidden keys to what Jim Collins called “level 5 leadership” in his book Good to Great.

Released by a small independent UK publisher in 2011, it has become one of the top-selling leadership books on Amazon UK through word-of-mouth alone.  By 2014, it had come to the attention of the British Army, who asked James to give a talk to 250 officer cadets, commanders and teaching staff at the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst. The expanded second edition came out in September 2016 with new tips, tools and models on motivation, executive presence, how to lead change and how to apply the four-dimensional approach to leadership.

If you’d like to know more about James Scouller’s book, The Three Levels of Leadership: How to Develop Your Leadership Presence, Knowhow and Skill, click this link here: about The Three Levels of Leadership.

James Scouller's Leadership Blog

Click here for the link to the main page, The Scouller Leadership Blog, where (as at July 2014) you will find over 40 blog articles.  Here are direct links to a sample of his previous blog topics:

New articles appear on the blog every month.  Subject categories include: Leadership Psychology, Self-Mastery, Questions & Answers (which are answers to questions from readers of The Three Levels of Leadership), Leadership & Current Events and many others.

Most Recent Blog Posts

Measuring the Results of Executive Coaching

Posted on March 2, 2018 by James Scouller

I posted an article on LinkedIn three days ago that’s getting a fair bit of attention. It’s titled, “Executive Coaching That Makes a Difference”.

It shows how I measure the before-and-after results of my coaching with leaders,

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Why Don’t We Get The Political Leaders We Need?

Posted on December 19, 2016 by James Scouller

This is a new version of a blog article I wrote in May 2011 that struck a chord judging by the comments I received.  I felt an update was timely with what’s happened politically this year in the UK and USA.

I’ve met people who feel our political

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The New Second Edition Has Just Been Released

Posted on October 12, 2016 by James Scouller

A letter from James Scouller


My guide to growing yourself as a leader just got better.  An expanded second edition of The Three Levels of Leadership with new content, ideas and models has just been released and I thought you’d want to know.


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The Coaching Series: PDF Articles

The articles are listed below.  Simply click on the article you want, fill in your details and it will be emailed to you free of charge.  All articles are in PDF format so you will need to download Adobe Reader if it’s not already on your system.

  1. The ROI of Executive Coaching
  2. The Ladder of Inference
  3. Understanding & Improving Creativity
  4. An Introduction to Limiting Beliefs
  5. Practice of Right Relations
  6. Overview of Emotional Intelligence
  7. Leadership & The Leader

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